Dr. Thomas Turner (Principle Investigator)
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I study evolution and ecology of aquatic species, populations, and communities. I use theory, isotopes, genomes, museum resources and experiments to ask questions about the impacts of life history variation, disturbance, climate and land-use changes, and phylogenetic and geological history on biodiversity. I serve on the Independent Science Advisory Board for the Columbia Basin Fish & Wildlife Program, the Gila Trout and Chihuahua Chub Recovery Team, and the Executive Committee of the Middle Rio Grande Endangered Species Act Collaborative Program. I am a Professor of Biology and Curator of Fishes in the Museum of Southwestern Biology.